White Patches On The Throat Accompanied By Slimy And Sore Throat?
I have a sore throat, I have white patches on my throat, and I have mucus. Is it diphtheria, if I have been immunized, can I still get it?
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The condition of white plaque appearing in the throat can be caused by several things where it can be a sign of diphtheria, especially if accompanied by the following symptoms
Ash membrane lining the throat or tonsils
Hoarseness throat pain
Coughs and colds
There is a lump in the neck
If you experience this you should consult a doctor to ensure the possibility of diphtheria and should immediately see a doctor. Related to vaccines is the administration of a substance to trigger the formation of antibodies against a parasite, but there is still the possibility of infection if there is a condition of immunity that falls even with a lesser risk when compared to people who did not get the vaccine.
But it is still possible other conditions that occur like
Fungal infections of the oral mucosa
Plaque due to decreased body immune function
Vitamin C deficiency conditions
Some things that should be done are
Immunity is maintained properly with sufficient nutrition
2 liters of liquid per day
Avoid transmission by using a mouth cover like a mask
Make sure the vaccine with the right dose and administration so that the optimal protection
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